When it emerged that Meg Whitman had dismissed her housekeeper after learning she was in the United States without documentation, "Whither the Latino vote?" quickly became the question of the moment.
Campaign finance disclosures dropped yesterday, and not surprisingly, Meg Whitman's ever-growing tower of millions in her bid to buy the California governorship has gotten even higher.
In the final week of September, Republican candidates across the nation saw their personal lives take center stage in their campaigns -- including in ...
Amid the still unanswered questions about Meg Whitman and l'affaire Nicky is why neither eMeg nor her husband, Griff Harsh, ever signed the employmen...
It doesn't bother me that Meg Whitman hired a woman who had a problem with her immigration status. It bothers me that Meg Whitman didn't do anything to help her. And it bothers me that she lied about it.
This week in immigration, the CA-Gov debate highlights Whitman's immigration hypocrisy, a poll shows the DREAM debate helped Dems with Latino voters, and Murdoch and Bloomberg lobby Congress for immigration reform.
Every one of us should join in the Christ-like fight against hypocrisy, but in this struggle we should not be distracted by Meg Whitman's indiscretions. Rather, as is usually prudent, we should begin by looking in the mirror.
Whitman's housekeeper trouble, which centers on her dishonesty, comes about because of her political dishonesty, both in this situation and in the fundamental design of her candidacy.
By refusing to clarify how Diaz came to her, Gloria Allred leaves open the possibility that Jerry Brown's team is behind the whole event.
Please California, don't elect Meg Whitman as our Governor. For real. Don't do it. I have children that live here in this state and I don't think we can stand another "tough yet fair" Republican corporatist.
HuffPost reporter Sam Stein appeared on MSNBC's "Hardball" Monday night to discuss hot-button 2010 races, including the California governor's race and...
If California voters are to decide between Jerry Brown and Meg Whitman, they need a lot more information from these two candidates than their positions on Whitman's one-time housekeeper.
The GOP have genuine disdain for the underclass. The truly sad part is that they've brainwashed poor Republicans into going along with their scheme to permanently quarantine the undesirables.
It's not like Meg Whitman's problems with hypocrisy are new. She wants Californians to come to the polls on her behalf and yet she's never deigned to go and vote herself?
As Eleanor Roosevelt once said, a woman is like a tea bag. You never know how strong she is until she gets into hot water. Maidgate is Meg Whitman's tea bag moment.
Here is the case of the billionaire prevaricator being exposed by a lowly Latina housekeeper who says she was told, after nine years of cleaning toilets: "You never have seen me and I have never seen you."